Local guides may usher you into the local synagogue , still in use, and the miaâra , or Jewish cemetery, where the gatekeeper will let...
Imagine what you could build with Morocco’s top artisans at your service for 14 years, and here you have it: La Bahia (the Beautiful)...
In the narrow derbs (alleys) of the city’s historic Jewish quarter are the tallest mudbrick buildings in Marrakesh. Most Jewish...
Restaurant Place Ferblantiers
Plop down on a plastic chair in the courtyard, and have whatever’s bubbling away and well-caramelised on the burner. The meat and...
Lonely Planet review
The Marrakesh-meets-Kyoto interiors are full of plush, private nooks, but keep heading upstairs to low-slung canvas sofas and Dh40 to Dh60 wine by the glass on the rooftop terrace. At the aptly named Kosybar you can enjoy drinks with a side of samba as storks give you the once-over from nearby nests; skip the cardboard-tasting sushi and stick with bar snacks.